Chile’s book market — hailed for its publishing houses’ resourcefulness in supporting literary voices — is Frankfurt’s 2027 guest of honor.
At Guadalajara’s fair, Bologna Children’s Book Fair and Italy’s publishers are among market participants.
The 37th iteration of the Guadalajara International Book Fair opens with IPA’s Karine Pansa flagging world publishing’s challenges.
The Guest of Honor EU program at Guadalajara includes a three-day program for European, Latin American, and Caribbean professionals.
A participant in this year’s Frankfurt Invitation Program, Katerina Petrich is a designer with Argentina’s Libros de la Araucaria.
CANIEM’s lawsuit filed in Mexico City seeks an injunction against the López Obrador government’s takeover of textbook publishing.
Another instance of governmental incursion into the educational space: The Dominican Republic’s publishers hold a news conference.
Titles in this Frankfurt-bound Rights Roundup include work originally published in New Zealand, Taiwan, South Korea, the United States, France, and Norway.
Allegations of political indoctrination, distorted history, and flagrant errors are greeting Mexico’s new government-made textbooks.
The international network of women in publishing, PublisHer, has its first gathering in Rio during this month’s 21st Bienal do Livro.